Gene Therapy: A New Twist on an Old Helix
Retooled and Resurgent, Gene Therapy Is Safely Delivering
RNA-Seq: Less Lumping, More Splitting
Single-Cell RNA-Seq Detects Subtle Differences between Cellular Subtypes, Demands Specialized Methods of Data Analysis
Literature Review: Virus Neatly Organizing Its Own Nucleus
Phage Infection and Replication in a Bacterial Host
Researchers Seek Ways to Minimize Off-Target Effects
Many people have taken to going overseas to receive alternative “stem cell” treatments, some of which have not been approved in the U.S. Anecdotes abound in which patients are cured of diseases that defy conventional medicine by these treatments. But the field also has numerous patients who have not recovered—or whose deaths followed expensive procedures.